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TUBMAN ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 
Augusta, Georgia 




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Life at Tubman Hi'oh School 

Presented by 

The Students 



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/Ii^ Nineteen Hiinrfrerf and Forty 




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FOREWORD 




Herein, have we attempted, in a man- 
ner unsurpassed by our predecessors, 
to portray life and activities at Tubman 
High throughout the present year. 

The aim of the staff has been to make 
the annual the work of the whole 
school, and not just the efforts of a few. 
In this way, the book will be, for every 
girl, a more vital reminder of work and 
play at Tubman. We hope that, in the 
future. Tubman students will look 
through this annual with enthusiasm 
undiminished by years, and, by turning 
aside the veil of forgetfulness, will re- 
call the memories dearest to their 
hearts. 

The 1940 Staff of Maids and a Man 
hopes, therefore, that this book will 
hold an unusual interest for friends of 
the school, and that it will cause the 
spirit of happy high school days to live 
on forever in the hearts of Tubman 
girls. 



•BEUICATION 

To ANNIE M. PAGE 

Faithful Friend and Inspiring Teacher 
we, the Senior Class of Tubman High School, gratefully dedicate 
this volume of Maids and a Man. 




The School 

fidmmistration and 
Faculty 

Classes 

Features 

Activities 

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FACULTY 

Miss Eleanor Boatwright 
Miss Ann Braddy 
Miss Elizabeth Brisendine 
Miss Mabel Byrd 
Miss Bertha Carswell 
Miss Marcia Clark 
Miss Gertrude Comey 
Miss Mary Evans 
Miss Beulah Mae Fender 
Miss Sara Fullbright 
Miss Mary Gilliland 
Miss Dorothy Halbert 
Miss Marie Hulbert 
Miss Eugenia Hutto 
Miss Betty Jones 
Miss Ruth Kimbrough 
Miss Oralee King 
Miss Susie Langford 
Miss Amal)el Lansdell 
Miss Elna Lombard 




and His Old IWmda 



Principal MR. T. H. GARRETT 

Assistant Principal MISS DORA HAINS 

Secretary _ MISS MARY BALK 





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FACULTY 

Miss Juanita Luckey 
Miss Ruth McAuliffe 
Miss Mary Miles 
Miss Mary Miller 
Miss Edith Nachman 
Miss Sarah Norris 
Mrs. M. M. Owens 
Miss Annie Page 
Miss Marguerite Palmer 
Miss Lora Pearce 
Miss Edna Rogers 
Miss Emily Stelling 
Miss Grace Strauss 
Miss Alice Sumerau 
Mrs. Flora Thompson 
Miss Virginia Videtto 
Miss Mildred von Kamp 
Miss Belle Walker 
Miss Carolyn White 
Mrs. Margaret White 




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OFFICERS 

President Frances Capers 

Vice-President Edith Jenny 

Secretary-Treasurer Betty Holmes 

Si^onsor Miss Eleanor Boatwright 



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THE SENIOR 



DORIS ANDERSON 
Modern Language 
Spanish Club (4, 3). 

EVELYN ANDREWS 

Diversified Occupations 

Volley Ball (1); Basketball (1); Girl Reserves 
(2, 1); Emblem: THS (2); Student Patrol (2). 

MAE LOUISE ANSLEY 
Modern Language 

LOUISE ARRINGTON 

Diversified Occupations 

Soccer (1); Vollev Ball (2, 1); Ring Tennis 
(3); Emblems: THS (1); T (2); Athletic As- 
sociation (4, 3, 2); Dance Club (2). 



ELISABETH AGREE 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (4); Dance Club (4); Girl Reserves 
(4). 



DOROTHY ETHEL ADAMS 
Modern Language 

JULIA ELLOUISE ADAMS 

Classical 

Emblem: THS (1); Girl Reserves (2); Glee 
Clul) (U; Dramatic Club (4); Newspaper 
Staff (3); Volley Ball (2); Baseball (2). 

BETTY ALLGOOD 

Modern Language 

Vollev Ball (4, 3, 2, 1); Hockey (3, 2, 1); 
Basketball (4, 3, 2, 1); Baseball (4, 3, 2, 1); 
Student Council (3); Glee Club (2); Girl Re- 
serves (2, 1); Spanish Club (4, 3); Emblems: 
THS (1); T (2); H (3); S (4). 




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DOROTHY EUGENIA ATKINSON 
Modern Language 
Hockey (1); Girl Reserve (3, 2, 1). 



FLORENCE JANETTE BARDEN 
Modern Language 



NELLIE AUSTIN 
Commercial 

BEULAH BARBER 

Modern Language 

Vice-president of Spanish Club (4j; Dance 
Club: Vice-president (4); Secretary (3); Mem- 
ber (2); Journalism Club (4). Emblems:THS 
(1); T (2); H (3). 



MARION BELL 
Commercial 
Student Patrol (4). 



MARIE BENNETT 
Commercial 
Glee Club (2, 1). 



JULIE BARCHAN 
Modei-n Language 
Girl Reserves (4, 3). 



RUTH BLACKMON 
Modern Language 
Emblem: THS (1). 





THE SENIOR 



MARY CAUTHEN 
Commercial 



MINNIE LOUISE CHAMBERS 
Diversified Occupations 

ADELAIDE CHAPMAN 
Modern Languag'e 

RUBY MARGARET CHEEKS 

Modern Language 

Baseball (1); Latin Club (1); Girl Reserves 
(4, 3, 2, 1). 



SARAH BOND 

Modern Language 

Student Patrol (4, 3) ; Glee Club (4); Emblem: 
THS (2). 



MAY CHRISTINE BROWN 
Modern Language 



FRANCES CAPERS 

Modern Language 

Student Council (4, 3, 2, 1); President of 
Senior Class (4); Spanish Club (4); Vice- 
president of Journalism Club (4). 



SIBYL CARTER 
Commercial 




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ANNIE MARJORIE COOK 
Commercial 
Studfiit Patrol (3); Student Council (4). 

OLIVE CRANSTON 

Classical 

Annual Staff (2); Dramatic Club (4, 2); Stu- 
dent Patrol (4); Girl Reserves (3, 2, 1); Em- 
blem: THS (2). 

EVELYN ANNE CRAWFORD 
Modern Language 

BLANCHE ADELE CROCKER 

Classical 

Glee Club: President (4); Member (3, 2); 
Student Patrol (4); Latin Club (4); Emblems: 
THS (1); T (2); H (3); Volley Ball (4,3,2, 1); 
Soccer (1); Baseball (2); Ring Tennis (3); 
Basketball (3, 2, 1). 



JANE REEVES CULPEPPER 
Commercial 
Student Patrol (4). 

NEVILLE CUMMING 

Classical 
Annual Staff (2); Athletic Association: Vice- 
president (3); Member (4, 2); Student Patrol 
(4); Girl Reserves (3, 2, 1); Dramatic Club: 
President (4), Member (2); Dance Club: Sec- 
retary (4), Member (3, 2); Secretary of Glee 
Club (4); Latin Club (4); Soccer (1); Em- 
blems: THS (1); T (2); H (4). 

MILDRED DAITCH 
Modern Language 

HARRIETTE WOOD DANIEL 
Modern Language 
Volley Ball (4, 3, 2, 1); Basketball (4, 3, 1); 
Hockey (1); Girl Reserves (4, 3, 2, 1); Ath- 
letic Association (5. 4, 3, 2, 1); Annual Staff 
(3); Student Patrol (4, 3); Emblems: THS 
(1); T (2); H (3); S (4). 





THE SENJOfl 



DOROTHY MARIE ELLISON 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (4, o); Editor-in-chief of Tubman 
Times (3). 



H. VIRGINIA FAGLIE 
Commercial 

BETTY FLEMING 

Classical 

Editor-in-chief of Annual (4); Girl Reserves 
(4, 3, 2, 1); Newspaper Staff (4, 3); Student 
Patrol (4, 3); Glee Club (2); Emblems: THS 
(1); T (2); Dramatic Club (4, 2); Volley 
Ball (1); Latin Club (4). 

BEULAH ELIZABETH FLINT 
Modern Language 



EDITH CAROLYN DANTZLER 
Diversified Occupations 



LOIS LYTHE DARLEY 
Commercial 



HAZEL FRANCES EDMUNDS 

Modern Language 

Girl Reserves (4, 3, 2, 1); Student Patrol 
(4, 3); Volley Ball (4, 3, 2, 1); Ring Tennis 
(3); Basketball (4, 3, 2, 1); Baseball (1); Em- 
lems: THS (1), T (3). 



CORINNE ELLIOTT 
Modern Language 




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BURDIE NANETTE FOWLER 

Modern Language 

Girl Reserves (2, 1); Student Patrol (3); Tub- 
man Times (3). 

HUGH MARGARET FREELAND 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY LOUISE FREEMAN 
Commercial 

SARA ISABEL GATLIN 

Modern Language 

Dramatic Club (4, 2); Glee Club (4, 3); Girl 
Reserves (3, 2). Student Patrol (4, 3); Jour- 
nalism Club (4); Emblems: THS (2); T (3); 
Annual Staff (4); Spanish Club: Vice-presi- 
dent (4). 



FRANCES GIBBS 
Commercial 



EMMIE FRANCES GIBSON 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (3); Spanish Club (4, 3); Student 
Patrol (4, 3); Girl Reserves (3, 2, 1); Emblem: 
THS (1), T (2), H (3). 



ALICE WILSON GRADY 

Diversified Occupations 

Student Patrol (3); Volley Ball (1); Ring 
Tennis (1); Soccer (1); Girl Reserves (3). 



SYBLE MADGE GRAVES 
Modern Language 





THE SENIOR 



MARY FRANCES HEATH 
Modern Language 
Glee Club (2). 

MARY HOFFMAN 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY HOLLIMAN 
Commercial 



BETTY HOLMES 

Classical 

Student Council: Secretary (4) ; Member (3, 2); 
President of Junior Class (3); Secretary- 
Treasurer of Senior Class (4) ; Latin Club (4) ; 
Emblem: THS (1) Dramatic Club (4); News- 
paper Staff (4, 3). 



DOROTHY AMELIA GREGG 
Modern Language 



EMILY MARGUERITE GREEN 

Modern Language 

Student Council (2, 1); Glee Club (2, 1); Girl 
Reserves (1). 



VERA GREENE 
Commercial 



ERMA ADELE HARRISON 
Modern Language 




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DOROTHY FRANCES HOWE 
Commercial 
Girl Reserves (2, 1); Newspaper Staff (3); 
Athletic Editor of Annual (4); Volley Ball (3, 
2, 1); Basketball (3, 2, 1); Ring- Tennis (4, 3, 
2); Baseball (3, 2, 1); Soccer (1). 

CLARA BELLE JACKSON 
Commercial 
Emblei-n: THS (2); Dance Club (4); Girl Re- 
serves (3, 2, 1); Glee Club (4). 

EDITH JENNY 

Classical 

Vice-president of Senior Class (4); Vice-presi- 
dent of Junior Class (3); President of Fresh- 
man Class (1); Literary Editor of Annual (4); 
Student Council (1); Student Patrol (4, 3); 
VoUev Ball (2, 1); Basketball (2, 1); Soccer 
(1); Baseball (1); Latin Club (4); Emblems: 
THS (1); T (2); H (3); S (4); Secretary- 
Treasurer of Journalism Club (4). 

NELLIE MAE JONES 
Commercial 



RUTH KATZ 
Modern Language 



BOBBIE LANSDELL 

Modern Language 

Vice-President of Freshman Class (1); News- 
paper Staff (3); Art Editor or Annual (4). 



LEONA LOUISE LEE 
Commercial 
Girl Reserves (3, 2) Dance Club (3, 2). 



JULIA MADDOX 

Modern Language 





THE SENIOK 



SHIRLEY MAY McCORMICK 
Modern Language 



MARY McELMURRAY 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (4); Dance Club (4); Spanish Club 
(4); Emblems: THS (1); T (2). 



MARY JANE McILHANEY 

Modern Language 

Girl Reserves (4,3, 2, 1) ; Emblems: THS (1); 
T (2); Basketball (1); Hockey (II; Volley 
Ball (1); Student Patrol (4). 

GENEVA McMANUS 
Modern Language 



EVELYN ELIZABETH MASON 
Modern Language 



HAZEL MATHEWS 
Modern Language 



SARA MATHEWS 

Diversified Occupations 

Glee Club (3, 2); Girl Reserves (r,); Emblems- 
THS (1); T (31; Latin Club (4); Student 
Council (2). 



ELIZABETH MAYS 
Commercial 




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MARY ANN MELL 
Modern Language 



EVELYN THERESA MILLER 
Modern Language 



MILDRED LOUISE MIMS 

Diversified Occupations 

Dance Club (2) ; Secretary-Treasurer of Sopho- 
more Class (2); Emblems: THS (1); T (2); 
Volley Ball (1). 



JESSIE ELIZABETH MOSELY 
Commercial 



ELIZABETH MOYE 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (4, 3, 2); Girl Reserves (3, 2, 1); 

Volley Ball (3, 2, 1); Baseball (2); Emblems: 

THS (1); T (3). 

EDITH MULCAY 

Modern Language 
Baseball (1); Soccer (1); Volley Ball (3, 2); 
Basketball (3); Girl Reserves (4, 3, 2, 1); Stu- 
dent Patrol (4, 3); Student Council (4); Em- 
blems: THS (1); T (2); Glee Club (4, 3, 2). 

DOROTHY GRACE NORMAN 
Modern Language 
Glee Club (4, 2); French Club (2); Dramatic 
Club (1); Basketball (2, 1). 

DOROTHY KATHERINE PALMER 
Commercial 





THE SENIOR 



INA PRESCOTT SCOTT 

Modern LanRuase 
Spanish Club (4); Dance Club (4. 3); Girl Re- 
serves (1). 



KATHERINE PROCTER 
Commercial 



MARGARET RADFORD 
Diversified Occupations 
Girl Reserves (1); Baseball (1). 



MARTHA AMELIA RAY 
Modern Language 
Student Council (1); Student Patrol (4, :!); 
Glee Club (4). 



PRISCILLA PAPPAS 

Diversified Occupations 

Baseball (.'?, 2, 1); Volley Ball (3, 2, 1); Em- 
blem: THS (1); Student Patrol (4. 3); Girl 
Reserves (2, 1); Ring Tennis (2); Soccer (1) 



MAE PETERSON 

Diversified Occupations 

Dance Ckib (4, 3, 2); Spanish Club: Vice Presi- 
dent (4), Member (1); Student Council: Presi- 
dent (4), Member (3); Annual Staff (3); Em- 
blems: THS (1); T(2); H (3); S (4). 



MARGARET PHILLIPS 
Classical 



LAVADA PRATHER 
Commercial 



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MURIEL REDD 
Comnieicial 



Daiu-c Club (3). 



RUTH ROSAMOND 
Modern Language 



EVELYN RHODES 
Modern Language 
Volley Ball (3, 2, 1); Ring Tennis (3, 2, 1); 
Student Patrol (4, 3); Student Council (4); 
Dance Club (4, 3); Spanish Club (4); Athletic 
AssOL-iation (4, 3, 2, 1); Girl Reserves (2, 1); 
Emblems: THS (1); T (2); H (3). 

JEAN RHODES 

Modern Language 

Glee Club (2)1 Dance Club (2); Hockey (2); 

Ring Tennis (2); Girl Reserves (4); Emblem: 

THS (1). 

EARLINE RODGERS 
Commercial 
Dance Club (3). 



JUNE RUPERT 
Modern Language 

Student Council (3, 2); Newspaper Staff (3). 



EMMA lOLA RUSSELL 
Modern Language 



JOAN SCHARNITZKY 

Classical 

Girl Reserves (1); Emblem: THS (1): Volley 
Ball (1); Basketball (1). 





THE SEN/OIS 



UNA EUGENIA STEPHENS 
Modern Language 

DOROTHY SUMMERALL 
Modern Lang-uage 



JUNE ALLISON SWEDENBURG 
Diversified Occupations 
Student Council (1); Dance Club (2, 1); Em- 
blems: THS (1), T (2); Volley Ball (1); Soc- 
cer (2). 



JACQUELINE TANKERSLEY 

Diversified Occupations 

Ring Tennis (2); Soccer (1); Basketball (3). 



FLORA ELIZABETH SEAGO 
Modern Language 



DOLORES NATALIE SHMERLING 

Classical 

Student Council (4, 2); Student Patrol (4); 
Girl Reserves (3. 1); Ring Tennis (3); News- 
paper Staff (3); Business Manager of Annual 
(4); Latin Club: President (4); Emblems: 
THS (1); T (2), H (3), S (4); Journalism Club 
(4) ; Dramatic Club (4). 



CATHERINE SKINNER 
Modern Language 
Spanish Club (4). 



GUILA ALLEN STANFORD 

Classical 

Dramatic Club (4, 2); Latin Club (4): Student 
Patrol (4); Student Council (2). 




CLASS Of mo 




RUTH A. TAYLOR 
Commercial 

MARTHA ELIZABETH TEMPLETON 
Commercial 

BETTIE TIMMERMAN 

Classical 

Girl Reserves (2, 1); Newspaper Staff (4, 3); 
Emblem: THS (1), T (3), H (4). 

MARTHA JANE VAN DEUSEN 

Classical 

Glee Club (4, 3, 2); Dramatic Club (4, 2, 1); 
Latin Club (4); Emblems: THS (1), T (2), 
H (3); Student Patrol (4, 3); Picture Editor of 
Annual (4); Volley Ball (4,3,2, 1); Basketball 
(3, 2, 1); Baseball (2); Soccer (1); Ring Ten- 
nis (3). 



ROZZIE LEE VAUGHN 
Classical 
Glee Club (4, 3, 2); Student Patrol (4); Latin 
Club (4); Athletic Association: President (4), 
Member (3, 2): Emblems: THS (1), T (2), H 
(3); Volley Ball (4, 3, 2, 1); Basketball (3, 2, 
1); Baseball (2); Soccer (1); Ring Tennis (1). 

LUCY VON SPRECKEN 
Modern Language 
Annual Staff (3, 2); Spanish Club: President 
(4); Student Patrol (4). 

EDITH MAE WAINWRIGHT 
Diversified Occupations 
Glee Club (4, 3, 2); Girl Reserves (2); Stu- 
dent Patrol (3). 

FRIEDA ANNE WAINWRIGHT 
Modern Language 
Girl Reserves (3, 2, 1); Soccer (1); Glee Club 
(3, 2). 





THE S£l\/0« 



MIRIAM WHEELER 
Commercial 
Student Council (3); Dance Club (3). 

IDA HALL WHITE 
Classical 
Athletic Council: Treasurer (4. 3, 2); Member 
(1); Annual Staff (3, 2); Student Council (4, 
3); Student Patrol: Captain (4); Member (3); 
Girl Reserves (4, 3, 2, 1) ; Volley Ball (3, 2, 1); 
Ring Tennis (3); Baseball (2); Basketball (2. 
1); Dramatic Club (4, 2); Newspaper Staff (4, 
3); Latin Club (4); Emblems: THS (1), T (2). 
H (3); Dance Club (3, 2). 

SARAH FRAN'CES WHITLEY 
Modern Language 
Volley Ball (3). 

LILLIAN WHITTLE 
Diversified Occupations 



ALWILDA WATERS 
Modern Language 
Glee Club (2); Dance Club (1); Newspaper 
Staff (2). 



EDNA MAE WHALEY 

Diversified Occupations 

Dance Club (2); Student Council (4); Student 

Patrol (4); Emblems: THS (1), T (2); Vollev 

Ball (1). 



MARTHA WHALEY 
Modern Language 



BETTY WHEELER 
Classical 
Student Council 1 1 ) ; Newspaper Staff: Edi- 
tor-in-Chief (4 1. Member (3); Girl Reserves 
(3); Emblems THS (1), T (2); Latin Club (4.). 





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^TASS Of 1940 




MARY ELLEN WILLITS 

Diversified Occupations 

Vollev Ball (4, 3) ; Ring Tennis (4, 3); Student 
Patrol (4); Girl Reserves (3); Glee Club (1). 



GLORLA. ELIZABETH WRIGHT 
Modern Language 
Glee Club (3, 2, 1); Dramatic Club (3, 2). 



ELIZABETH BLANCHE YOUNG 
Modern Language 

Student Patrol (4, 3); Newspaper Staff (4, 3). 



MARIE ELIZABETH WYATT 

Modern Language 

Vollev Ball (5, 4, 3, 2, 1); Basketball (4, 3, 2. 
1); Baseball (4, 3, 2); Hockey (2, 1). 



KATHERINE MAE YOUNG 

Diversified Occupations 



FRANCES ANN YARRINGTON 
Commercial 




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OFFICERS 

President Ceil Stulb 

Vice-President Margaret White 

Secretary-Treasurer Mac Christian 

Sponsor Miss Ann Braddy 








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JUNIOR CLASS OF 



Adams, Alice 

A.dams, Hildreth 

Allen, Mary 



Anderson, Virginia 

Arndt, Alice 

Bailey, Lois Lee 



Bargeron, Hazel 

Barnes, Jewell 

Barrentine, Bobby 



Bartley, Rita 

Big-gar, Ellen Davies 

Blitchington, Betty Sue 



Bohler, Jean 

Brady, Audrey 

Broadwater, Roberta 





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Brown, Mary 

Burgess, Frankie 

Burt, Phyllis 



Cannon, Erin 

Carswell, Lillian 

Carter, Shannon 



Chambers, Annie Lee 

Chaney. Viola 

Christian, Mac 



Christian, Mary 

Connell, Betty 

Connell, Dorothy 



Connell, Evelyn 

Daniel, Clayton 

Davidson, Joan 










JimUh CLASS OF 



Dennis. Florence 

De Stefani, Doris 

Duncan, Wilda 



Edelblut, Katharine Anne 
Rflwards, Vivian 

Elliott, Pat 



Elsroad, Lorraine 

Fields. Louise 

Fiske, Margaret 



Flemintr, Ann 

Fortson. Catherine 

Fogle, Frances 



(iary, Maude 

Ciray. Dorothy 

Grayson, Lidwina 





TUHMAN H/fj'H 




Grear, Dorothy 

Griner, Betty 

Guren, Phyllis 



Haddlesay, Martha 

Hammack. Marjorie 

Harden, Betty 



Harper, Mary 

Hatcher, Mary Burke 

Hushes, Eugenia 



Hundley, Doris 

Hundley, Dorothy 

Hurst, Elizabeth 



Ivev, Betty 

Jameson, Virg^inia 

Klion, Shirley 



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JilNHm CLAHH Of 



Knapp, Louise 

KogeT, Lillian 

Laird, Bobbie Mae 



Lincul. Cora 

Lincul, Corinne 

Lewis, Clara Mae 



MarkwalU'r, Ann 

Martin. Sally 

Matheny, Betty 



Mathews, Margie 

McCathern, Marcia 

Meese, Nell 



Merritt. Vera 

Michel. Carolyn 

Mifldleton, Myra 





TUB/Vl/ll\ HIb'H 



Morris, Susan 

Moss, Margaret 

Parrish, Elizabeth 



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Popkin, Hilda 

Pound, Jane 

Price, Patricia 



Puiul, Harriet 

Rabun, Sarah 

Raines, Freda 



Reese, Estelle 

Rivers, Sara 

Roesel, Martha 



Rose, Elizabeth 

Royal. Jerry 

Royston, Anne 



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Sanders, Sydney 

Sharoe. Ruth 

Sheahan, Eloise 



Sheftall. Cynthia 

Sills, Opal 



Sims, Doris 



Skelton, Ann 

Snialley, Elizabeth 

Smith, Betty 



Smith, Clara 

Smith, Cornelia 

Smith, Martha Sue 



Smith, Virf^inia 

Stavro, Lena 
Stearns, Katherine Barnard 





TUB/\1/1I\ HIGH 










Strother. Mary Palm 
Stulb. Ceil 
Thomas, Bessie Jane 



Toipin, Louise 

TItlev. Lavida 

Way, Annette 



White. Margaret 

Williams, Elizabeth 

Winn, Jackie 



Wouiidall, Frances 



Yablon, Helen 




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Sophomore 




OFFICERS 

President Miss Nancy Hardy 

Vice-President Allene Sumner 

Secretary-Treasurer Mary Alice Hey 

Sponsor Miss Alice Sumerau 




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Allen. B. J. 
Allgood, S. 
Anchors, V. 
Anderson, L. 
Anderson, M. 
Baker, E. 
Baker, O. 
Barrett, V. 
Beckuni, M. 
Becton, R, 
Bennett, E, 
Bennett, J. 
Blackstone, M. A. 
Blumke, A. 



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Boyd, M. 
Brinson, L. 
Eur.ax'ss. M. L. 
Burns. G. 
Byrd, B. 
Tadle, G. 
Carter. A. 
Cashin, C. 
Cheek. D. 
Cheek, M. E. 
Cliatt. J. S. 
Coursey, J. 



Culnt'Dper, J. 
Daniel. M. A. 
Dean, iVI. 
Diekerson, V. 
Diek.s. B. 
Elliott. H. 
Farrell. M. 
Farr. J. 
Floyd, M. 
Gaddy, M. 
Gaissert, V. 
Gardner, K. 



Geer, M. 
Gillman, F. 
Givens. B. 
Goodson, E. R. 
Gulledsie, S. 
Gunter, L F. 
Guy, M. 
Halford, M. 
Harlins, K. 
Hensley, V. 
Hildebrandt, E. 
Hollina:.sworth, B. 
Howell, M. 
Hurlbutt, N»^ 



•lansen, M. 
Jenny, E. 
Johnson, D. 
Johnson, H. 
Jones. C. B. 
Kellev. M. 
Krouse, M. 
Langley, K. 
LaRoche, C. 
Lee. E. 
Lemnions, L. 
Lichenstein, J. 
Livinerston, G. 
Luke. D. 



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Maloney, J. 
Marston, M. 
MeAlhaney, L. 
McXair, L. 
McNair, M. 
Middleton, V. 
Miller, K. 
Mulheiin, A. 
Mullisan. H. 
Xunn. D. 
Oellei-ich, M. 



Peterson, M. 
Piatt. F. 
Powell. B. 
Read. R. 
Rilev. K. L. 
Robins, M. 
Rosier. R. J. 
Rowland, A. 
Schulze, B. 
Sharpe, M. 
Siegmund, S. 



Sizemoi-e, D. 
Sizemore, M. 
Smith, E. 
Snelling, M. E. 
Strayhorn, J. 
Teuton. M. 
Timm, E. 
von Sprecken, J. 
Walker, V. 
Wan-en, F. 
Westbrook, I. 
Whitehead, L. 
Williams, M. 
Yancey, B. 






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Amos, R. 
AndeTson, J. 
Ari-ington, S. 
Barton, H. 
Beck, D. 
Beck, E. 
Bethum, M. 
Bible, V. M. 
Brne, R. 
Brafi-jj-, H. 
Brinkman, G. 
Burr-, M. 
Buiruni, E. 
Cason, K. 
Cawley, L. 
Cloud, M. 
Coleman, M. 



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Crenshaw, E. 
Crook, E. 
Crosley, H. 
Danforth, M. 
Daniel, V. 
Davis, V. 
Deriso, A. P. 
Edwards, H. 
Etterlee, M. L. 
Evans, V. 
Faglier, B. 
Faulkner, R. 
Fell, D. 
Fergerson, D. 
Ford, M. 
Fredericke, E. 



Gaddey, M. 
Gantt, F. 
Goodson, M. 
Goodwin, R. 
Grantham, M. 
Green, E. 
Griffith, I. 
Guillebeau, S. 
Gunter, M. 
Hadwin, O. 
Hamilton, M. S. 
Havird, H. 
Hill, S. 
Hodge, W. 
Holtzclaw, B. 
Howard, T. 



Hurst, L. 
Ivey, S. 
James, F. 
Johnson, M. 
Johnson, V, 
Jordan, D. 
Keilhotlz, B. 
Kenduck, A. 
Lane, A. 
Lang-e, M. C, 
Lazenby, A, 
Lever, D. 
Lewis,, M. 
Long, R. 
Lovell, V. 
Macky, B. 
Maddox, M, 



Meades, M. 
Mears, B. 
Merritt, E. 
Merritt, H. 
Miller, M. 
Montgomery, J. 
Moody, M. 
Morgan, M. 
Mosley. C. 
Murphy, A. 
McNeely, L. 
Newman, F. 
N orris, E. 
Norton, K. 
Odoni, D. 
Odom, J. 
Odom, M. 
Orr, R. 



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Owens, M. 
Pardue, E. 
Parker, R. 
Peacock, E. 
Peebles, C. 
Pierce, E. 
Purvis, H. 
Quinn, H. 
Radford, V. 
Randolph, E. 
Reese, M. 
Renew, G. 
Rhodes, E. 
Roberts, E. 
Rushton, M. 
Russell, K. 



Sanders, D. 
Scott, V. 
Sherwood, Z. A. 
Sills, V. 
Sizemore, D. 
Skinner, M. 
Smith, G. 
Spence, R. 
Stalling, C. 
Story, D. 
Strother, D. 
Sturman, M, 
Summer, A. 
Taylor, L. 
TeBow, M. 
Templeton, B. 



Terry, D. 
Thompson, M. A. 
Timmons, M. 
Tudor, C. 
Vawter, C. 
Vernelson, V. 
Walden, M. 
Walker, M. 
Ward, N. 
WHiitaker, V. 
Wicks, E. 
Wilfong, E. 
Williams, S. 
Willis, M. 
Wilson, R. 
Wortham, E. 
Zimmerman, E. 





Adams, A. L. 
Abrams. C. 
Bargeron, C. L. 
Baulineau, M. 
Beall, M. 
Berry, C. 
Carswell, E. 
Carswell, H. 
Cleckley, M. 
Covar, J. 
Gary, M. 
Griggs, H. 
Hallman, B. 
Hamilton, G. 
Hamilton, M. M. 
Hardy, N. 
Haynes, C. 



"B" 



Haynes, G. 
Heines, A. 
Ivey, L. 
Jackson, B. 
Johnson, B. 
Jones, A. 
Kelly, A. 
Kelly, M. A. 
King, C. 
Kitchens, M. 
Lee, B. 
Lonas, D. 
McCampbell, M. 
McCoy, T. 
McGowan, C. 



McGowan, E. 
McKie, E. 
Metzger, G. 
Middleton, P. 
Mills, M. F. 
Mitchell, K. 
Mobley, C. 
Parker, D. 
Phillips, H. 
Plane, S. 
Price, M. 
Rivers, N. 
Robertson, R. 
Robertson, B. 
Shields, G. A. 



Silver, J. 
Sims, D. 
Skinner, B. 
Sligh, E. 
Slusky, L. J. 
Smith, D. 
Snipes, D. 
Stratacas, M. A. 
Stringer, M. 
Stulb, S. 
Toole, M. 
Vance, V. 
Webster, M. 
Whitley, D. 
Williams, B. 
Wilson, L. 
Wong, M. 



fres'fiiiiciii 
Class 




OFFICERS 

President Billie Gay 

Vice-President Emily Sheftall 

Secretary-Treasurer Anne Kelly 

Sponsor Miss Elizabeth Brisendine 






Anchors, B. L. 




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Harvley, J. 


Anderson, E. 




Hatcher, J. M. 


Ansley, V. 


Carlton, P. E. 


Durden, M. 


Hattaway, J. 


Baber, M. 


Carr, K. S. 


Dyal, L. V. 


Heaton, M. 


Bailey, C. 


Carroll, M. 


Ellenbei'g, N. M. 


Heffernan, P. 


Bailey, M. 


Cato, B. 


Elliott, F. 


Hendrix, S. 


Barber, N. 


Clark, D. 


Ellis, E. 


Hensley, B. 


Barnes, F. 


Columbus, M. 


Fallow, L. 


Holliman, C. 


Beazley, E. 


Cooper, J. 


Flint, M. L. 


Howard, E. 


Beeland, E. 


Corley, 0. 


Gaddy, M. E. 


Howard, M. 


Bennett, A. 


Creamer, A. 


Gatewood, J. 


Howell, M. 


Blanos, J. 


Crozier, S. 


Gillman, D. 


Hudson, N. 


Brawner, L. 


Daretzler, S. 


Gleason, J. 


Humphries, A. 


Broome, C. 


Davidson, M. 


Gi-ammer, M. 


Ing-ram, A. 


Buck, B. 


Dolinsky, F. 


Grose, M. 


James, M. 


Burke, J. 


Dorn, F. 


Hamby, J. 


Johnson, J. 


Canady, L. 


Dunn, M. I. 


Hardy, D. 


Jennings, M. L. 



Jones, B. 
Keilholtz, G. 
King, M. 
Kitchens, E. 
Lanier, H. 
Lee, E. R. 
Lee, L. E. 
Lever, R. 
Ling-an, P. 
Little, N. L. 
Martin, M. 
Masters, T. 
McCall, L 
McCarthy, N. 
McGahee, T. 
McKagen, S. 
McKie, M. 



"A" 



Miller, E. 
Milligan, L. 
Mobley, K. 
Morgan, D. 
Morgan, N. 
Montgomery, D. 
Morague, C. 
Murray, R. 
Newsome, S. 
Ogletree, S. 
McNeal, A. 
Overstreet, M. 
Owens, B. R. 
Parrish, E. 



Paschal, J. 
Quinn, M. 
Rhoades, M. 
Satcher, D. 
Shapiro, M. 
Sheppard, L. 
Sizemore, J. 
Smally, H. 
Smith, H. 
Smith, L. 
Smith, V. 
Spires, A. 
Spradley, C. 
Stanton, M. M. 



Stevens, L. 
Stewart, M. 
Todd, M. 
Usry, L. 
Vignati, C. 
Waddy, D. 
Walker, M. 
Watkins, E. 
Watson, M. A. 
Whaley, D. 
White, D. 
Wilson, A. 
Wilson, S. 
Wofford, H. 
Wood, B. 
Young, C. 
Youngblood, M. 



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Anderson, F. 
Ashe, D. 
Baber, J. 
Baher, M. 
Barden, H. 
Bivens, M. 
Brantley, H. 
Buck, J. M. 
Busche, H. 
Bush, K. 
Byrd, M. H. 
Cadle, I. 
Cadden, M. 
Cartledge, D. 
Cannady, H. 
Chavis, G. 
Chevey, E. 
Cole, E. 
Cole, N. 
Corley, L. 
Cosnahan,, D. 
Cox, L. 



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Creech, B. 
Crenshaw, M. 
Crouch, J. 
Danforth, Virginia 
Danforth, Vivian 
Davis, R. 
Deas, L. 
DeLoach, M. 
Denton, B. 
Dowling-, D. 
Dyson, O. 
Fallaw, B. 
Farmer, E. 
Ford, D. 
Ford, J. 
Foster, E. 
Guerson, H. 
Gay, B. 
Gordon, C. 



Greer, G. 
Griffith, E. 
Griner, T. 
Hadden, M. 
Hall, W. 
Harp, D. 
Hai-well, C. 
Hatcher, M. 
Haywood, L. 
Henderson, L. 
Herndon, M. 
Hig-g-inbotham, M. 
Hodg-es, D. 
Holland, D. 
Holland, E. 
Holley, D. 
Hollins, V. 
Holmes, P. 
Hooper, D. 



Hooper, E. 
Home, M. 
Howard, S. 
Huff, H. 
Hunt, E. 
Hutto, M. 
Ivey, M. 
Jackson, H. 
Jenkins, M. 
Jennings, W. 
Johnson, B. 
Johnson, V. 
Jones, Bertha 
Jones, Betty 
Jones, I. 
Judy, B. 
Kelly, L. 
Kendrick, M. 
Kennedy, A. 
Key, L. 
Kicklighter, V. 
Knotts, M. 



Koger, M. B. 
Lamar, M. 
Langdon, R. 
Langham, E. 
Lewis, J. 
Lindewirth, E. 
Lum, W. 
Lynn, L. 
McCanne, E. 
McCoy, L. 
McElveen, D. 
McKellar, C. 
McKeawn, M. 
McManus, C. 
Meades, D. 
Mertins, D. 
Millers, S. 
Mills, G. 
Mitchell, M. 
Mixon, M. 
Moates, C. 



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Mobley, M. 
Moody, D. 
Morris, A. M. 
Nables, M. 
Newman, M. 
Palmer, L. 
Perry, I. 
Pope, J. 
Powell, E. 
Powell, Margaret 
Powell, Mary 
Price, C. 
Price, M. 
Price, 0. 
Purvis, M. 
Quarles, J. 
Rabun, B. 
Radford, R. 



Reed, H. 
Reese, M. 
Reeves, M. 
Rhodes, E. 
Rickerson, A, M. 
Rowe, E. 
Rowe, V. 
Sanders, S. 
Sammons, E. 
Scott, L. 
Sills, L. 
Simmons, E. 
Smith, E. 
Sorrow, Doris 
Sorrow, Dorothy 
Starnes, D. 
Strickland, B. 
Storey, L. 



Sturnan, K. 

Sutton, N. 
Thomas, C. 
Thompson, N. M. 
Tliompson, C. 
Thigpen, D. 
Trussel, E. M. 
Tucker, J. 
Tyson, L. 
Usry, A. 
Utley, E. 
Waddey, W. 
Weathers, D. 
Whitt, R. 
Wiggins, E. 
Williamson, V. 
Willingham, S. 
Young, Marion 
Young, Mildred 
Youngblood, Betty 
Youngblood, Betty 




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Agee, M. 
Andrews, A. 
Anthony, E. 
Aycock, L. 
Baker, D. 
Blanchard, A. 
Boggus, J. 
Bradley, M. 
Bugg, G. 
Caldwell, L. 
Chavous, M. E. 
Chumley, A. 
Claussen, A. 
Collier, B. A. 
Cook, F. 
Cortadellas, M. 
Daniel, R. 
Darling, A. 
Dixon, V. 
Doche, A. 



"B" 



Dorn, F. 
Dunaway, F. E. 
Eckert, H. E. 
Evans, P. J. 
Ewing, M. . 
Garlow, D. 
Glasser, L. R. 
Godman, O. M. 
Goode, G. 
Goodwin, Madeline 
Goodwin, Mary 
Granimer, M. 
Green, A. V. 
Hale, J. 
Hazard, H. 
Holley, D. 
Howard, J. 



Jolles, N. 
Kahrs, H. 
Kelly, A. 
Kelly, M. 
Kerr, C. 
Leonard, M. 
Logan, H. 
Lybrand, M. E. 
Matheny, M. A. 
McCoy, D. 
Montgomery, D. 
Morgan, C. 
Norvell, K. 
Parr, D. 
Phillips, C. 
Pitts, R. 
Poss, A. R. 



Pugh, M. N. 
Ragan, E. 
Rapp, M. F. 
Rhodes, N. 
Rice, M. G. 
Rush, J. 
Rushing, C. M. 
Sawilowsky, R. 
Sheftall, E. 
Stanford, E. J. 
Summerau, D. 
Sweat, M. 
Thompson, D. 
Timmons, M. 
Toole, G. 
Toothe, G. 
Weinges, N. 
Welch, D, 
Worsham, D. 







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PERSONAL 




Corinne Elliott 



/ES OF TUBMAN HHJH 




Mae Peterson 



PERSONAL 




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Bettv Holmes 



Beulah Barber 



SCHOOL YEAR 

Warm September — 

Registrations ; 
Can't remember — 

What translations ! 

Gay October — 

Indian Summer ; 
Late hours^bad marks — 

Growing dumber! 

Bleak November — 
Raindrops streaming; 

Long quiet evenings — 
Firelight dreaming. 

White December — 
Christmas shopping; 

Must remember — 
Socks, ties, stockings. 

January — 

Happy New Year! 
(Broken Glasses — 

Roaring ear(s).) 

February — 

Holidays ! 
A dance — a romance — 

That certain age! 

Scampering March — 

Spring is here ! 
Flowers blossom — 

Birds appear. 

Tearful April — 
Squashy rubbers; 

Drenching downpours — 
Sniffles — Snuffles. 

Smiling May — 

Faces gay! 
Examinations — 

Alterations. 

Blessed June — 

Vacation soon ! 
Graduation — 

"Union Station!" 

Jerry Royal. 




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AICJISTA, GA.. MAY 1.'., 1950 



Number 712 



Society Chatter 

by Chatterbox 

New York has sent a foster 
child home! Hazel Mathews 
has returned to Aug'usta to 
redecorate the Crocker's new 
mansion in Forest Hills. This 
mansion is being' done over 
for Blanche and her dog's 
which have overrun her other 
house. 

Hollywood has sent news to 
"Y'ours truly" that Erin 
Gresham, T. H. S.'s movie 
producer, has bought the 
screen rights to "The .■Adven- 
tures of a Tubmanite" by 
June Rupert, in which Martha 
Ray will be starred in the 
leading role. 

Fi-om the wilds of Africa 
Edith and Anne Wainwright, 
those two world-famous ex- 
plorers, have returned to 
their native city, Augusta. 
They have brought back with 
them the only captured Panda 
in existence, since the other 
Panda died recen.tly at the 
ripe age of twelve years. 

From Washington, the re- 
port comes that the President 
has appointed Emmie Gibson 




Gossip 



In celebration of the 11th 
anniversity of the publishing 
of Tubman Times, the mem- 
bers of the staff compliment- 
ed the original staff of the 
class of 1940 at a party where 
all the alumnae were present. 
Highlights of the evening 
were Mi.ss iVIary Ellen Willets 
expounding loudly the fine 
qualities of Lucy von Spree- 
ken's latest biograph.v. "The 
Life And Works Of George 
Washington" — Mildred Rowe 



as Secretary of Treasury be- 
cause of her previous perfect- 
ed manner of handling money 
in her school clubs. 

Holly Renick, who is now 
touring the country with her 
group of mannequins, is mak- 
ing' a personal appearance at 
the Municipal .Auditorium. 
Her leading models are An- 
nie Ruth Crozier and Lina 
Stephens. She has as head 
of the staff, dress designers 
Alice Gratfy and Frances 
Capers. 

■The eminent author. Miss 
Edith Jenny, will give a lec- 
ture on her latest book, "TO 
BE, OR NOT TO BE", next 
Tuesday under the sponsor- 
ship of the Woman's Club of 
Augrusta. Mrs. van Ness du 
Pont is president of the Club. 
She will be remembered as 
the former Miss Elizabeth 
Young. 










Millinery Modes i 
by -Murial Redel I 



.\nligue Shoppe Proprietor 
Miss Julia .Vdaiiis 



Around The Town 



Miss Dorothy Palmer, chief 
instructress in aeronautics at 
the new Augusta airport, has 
just taken off in her airplane, 
"Spirit of Tubman", for an- 
other cross-country flight. 
Miss Palmer has won many 
prizes for her expert flying. 

In Augusta for the week- 
end' is Miss Sara Gatlin, who 
will make her screen debut in 
"Spitfire", at the Miller The- 
ater. 

A play as a sequel to "Gone 
With the Wind", — "Back 
With the Storm", featuring 
Miss Miriam Wheeler as Scar- 
let O'Hara has recently left 
Augusta for a prolonged tour. 

Misses Lynda Lazenby, 
Evelyn Mason, and Dorothy 
Norman are giving a demon- 
stration of the new electric 
stoves manufactured by Mil- 
dred Minis, Incorporated, at 
the new Tubman auditorium 
on Wednesday evening at 8 
o'clock. They will feature re- 
cipes by Mary Ann Mell and 
Edna Whaley. 



Dedication 



The dedication ceremony 
for the new wing of Tubman 
High School will be held Fri- 
da.v afternoon at three o'clock. 
Mr. T. H. Garrett will make 
the dedicatory address before 
the assembled students, facul- 
ty, and friends. He will intro- 
duce Miss Mae Peterson, the 
Dean of Women of the Junior 
College of Augusta. Miss 
Beulah Barber, representing' 
the Board of Education, will 
bring greetings from that 
body. The Tubman Glee Club, 
under the leadership of as- 
sistant music teacher. Miss 
Blanche Crocker, will sing 
several selections. 







singing the Tubman "Black 
.-And Gold" (and shh) — 
swinging- it — Over in one cor- 
ner Miss Jane Mulherin, pro- 
prietor of the Elite Dress 
Shoppe, modeling- one of her 
own simple but oh-so-chick 
creations--Mary McElmur- 
ray convulsing the whole 
party with her comments 
and jokes on the Euro- 
pean situation. — Miss 
Burdie Fowler a new 
member of the 
Tubman facul- 
t y munching 
daintily on the 
delicacies fur- 
nished py Au- 
gusta's leading- 
caterer Miss 
Ina Prescott 

Elite Dress Shoppe 




Proprietor, Mi.ss Jane Mulherin 



LAHJ WILL Am UtiTAMNT 








WE, THE TUBMAN GRADUATES of 1940, being of unsound and indispos- 
ing mind and memory, do hereby make, declare, and publish this last will and 
testament : 

Item I. We, the senior biology students, do hereby bequeath to Made- 
moiselle Page all our empty ink bottles, so that she may pound with them on 
her desk for order without disastrous consequences. Also, in a further effort to 
to promote peace and harmony in Miss Comey's classes (without the injurious 

effects to her vocal cords caused by raising her voice to a high pitch), we, 
the Seniors, bequeath a special fund with which she may purchase a mega- 
phone, of the kind commonly used by the A. R. C. cheer leaders, to pre- 
serve the aforesaid voice. 

Item II. We, the Senior B's, leave to Miss Dora a supply of ant-ex- 
terminator to rid the school of any of the so-called "pests," on the condition 
that she leave unmolested the termites in Room 10 which we so sor- 
rowfully left in our Freshman year, and which we now intrust to the 
care of the Junior B's in hopes that they will feed and cherish our 
said termites as we have up to this time. 

Item III. To Carolyn Michel, Katherine Ann 
Edelblut, and Cynthia Sheftall, we, Neville Cumming, 
Ida Hall White, and Olive Cranston do bequeath our 
lunch boxes — respectively red, green, and blue — to 
make use of them as they may judge fitting and proper 
for such beloved possessions. 

Item IV. I, Pansy Neal, do bestow upon Olga 
Baker my inimitable stride, in hopes that the latter may get to 
iT^ classes on time in the future. 

Item V. I, Earline Rogers do leave my deceptive appearance of com- 
plete innocence to Helen Elliott, so that henceforth Helen will not be 
blamed for all the talking in the library. 

Item VI. I, Dorothy Ellison, do bequeath my 
carefully selected collection of lipsticks to Jeanette Farr 
(with the said collection accompanied by a sign "Fresh 
Paint" to be worn by the latter) ; and I leave my mir- 
ror to Frankie Lanier so that in the future she will not 
be forced to borrow one. (Editor's Note: Beauty may 
be only skin deep, but we Tubmanites believe in help- 
ing Mother Nature along a little) . 

Item VII. I, Emily Greene, do hereby bestow my job of changing the water of Miss Comey's ivy 
and that of annihilating worms destructive to the same to Alice Adams, who, if it be possible may be 
able to learn to perform this duty with pleasing results. 







Item VIII. I, Hazel Edmunds, do leave my "stilts", and also my nickname "Beanpole", to 
Elizabeth Hurst so that the latter may, in time to come see over Anne Skelton's head. 

Item IX. I, Sarah Bond, being of a very quiet, mouselike disposition, and knowing of Louise 
Torpin's habit of chattering incessantly like a magpie, for her benefit hereby forsake my bad 
seat in Room 21 so that she may talk unperceived by those who are wont to interrupt such pro- 
ceedings. 

Item X. I, Dot Howe, do leave my athletic ability to the whole of the Junior Class, in hopes 
that they will continue to preserve their reputation as champions. 

Item XI. In order to create a Tubmanite who will be "perfect" in the estimation of all students 
and a "perfect terror" in the opinion of the teachers, several Seniors voluntarily contribute their 
outstanding accomplishments to a fund, which is available to anyone brave enough and foolish enough 
to take it. Said contributions follow: 

1) Marian Bell's ability to chew gum loudly and efficiently ; said chewing being accompanied 
by indispensable popping of said gum. 

2) Corinne Elliott's skill at applying make-up in class without 
"gettin' caught" by the teacher. 

3) Christine Brown's capability to file her fingernails, talk, and 
pay attention — all at the same time. 

4) Evelyn Andrew's speed at combing her hair in the librai'y. 

5) Frances Whitley's incomprehensible habit of never studying 
and always passing. 

6) Priscilla Pappas' inclination to wear her shirt-tails outside 
her skirt. 




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Bettie Timmerman's habit of coming late to class. 

Martha Templeton's and Ruth Taylor's knack of making unnecessary and unwanted 



Item XII. Now, in a more serious trend of thought, in the interest of improv- 
ing Tubman, we hereby leave these suggestions, with a sincere hope that our suc- 
cessors will strive to make them not mere suggestions, but realities. For the sake 
of those who inhabit the lunch room, we recommend a bell that can be heard in that 
building. More important is a good lighting system (It's no wonder so many girls 
wear glasses). And last but not least, with the backing of one of the faculty, we 
venture to recommend Venetian blinds for all rooms — a fine, if impractical, sug- 
gestion. 

Signed, sworn to, sealed, and delivered before us this twenty-third day of Jan- 
uary, 1940 A. D. 




Witnesses : 

XXX 

(Dora, Mattie, Alex) 



EDITH JENNY, 
SARA GATLIN. 



Blessings on thee, Tubman High 

School in which I work and sigh 

Try and hope and work and pray 

That I make B plus or A ; 

When a test comes, my heart sinks, 

My empty brain is full of kinks, 

Although I've studied up till six, 

The knowledge in my head is nix! 

How I wish that it could be 

An hour away — I would be free ! 

But in spite of all this agony — 

And it is great — this I will say : 

Blessings on thee. Tubman High 

When at last I say goodbye. 

And leave these halls which once were mine, 

Which will forever my heart bind, 

In my heart there'll be a pang 

As I leave my gay old gang, 

Forget my history and math 

And days of , "Got her autograph!" 

For of many years as maid or wife, 

You own the happiest of my life ; 

I'll ne'er forget you, Tubman High, 

And though aloud I say, "Goodbye," 

In my heart you'll always be 

A school of fondest m^emory. 

— Marcia McCathern. 



SPRING 

Down from the hills 
Like a Fawn 
Came Spring 
Bounding with joy 
Over River 
Or Plain 
Resting to laugh 
In the dawn 
Or sing 

In the warm rain 
Of April 
Again. 

— Harriett e Kahrs 




This is the life 








"■Maids and a Man" 

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Editor-in-Chief Betty Fleming- 
Business Manag-er Dolores Shmerling 



Betty Fleming, Editor-in-chief 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Mabel Byrd 
Miss Bertha Carswell 
Miss Mary Evans 
Miss Mary Gilliland 
Miss Betty Jones 
Miss Susie Langford 





They proof read It 



They snap school life for It 




He prints It 



Thev sketch for It 



Thev lend their ideas to It 



EDITORS 

Art Bobbie Lansdell 

Athletic Dot Howe 

Jokes Mary McElmurray 

Literaiy - - Edith Jenny 

Picture Martha van Deusen 




Dolores Shmerlinn, IJusiness Manager 



MEMBERS 



Ann Creamer 
Joan Davidson 
Betty Dicks 
Sara Gatlin 
Harriet Hazard 
Elizabeth Hurst 
Bertha Lee 
Sally Martin 



Marcia McCathem 
Myra Middleton 
Jerry Royal 
Cynthia Sheftall 
Betty Smith 
Allene Sumner 
Christine Tliompson 
Louise Torpin 




Thev "root" for It 



He gives an ad for It 



He takes pictures for It 




Student 

COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

MAE PETERSON 
President 

MAC CHRISTIAN 
Vice-President 

BETTY DICKS 

Secretary-Treasurer 

IDA HALL WHITE 
Captain of Student Patrol 

MISS STRAUSS 

MISS WALKER 
Faculty Representatives 



All the students, teachers, and the principal are 
considered members of the Student Council Associa- 
tion. However, the council itself consists of one repre- 
sentative from each room with an alternate to serve 
in her absence, representatives from each school or- 
ganization, and two faculty advisers appointed by 
the principal. 

The Student Patrol which keeps order in the 
halls, library, and assembly, is also under the super- 
vision of the Council. 

The purposes of the Student Council are to develop 
in the students an appreciation of honesty, to foster 
sentiment in law and order, to aid in the administra- 
tion of Tubman, to promote in all ways the best in- 
terests of the school, and to assist student activities 
in general. 





MEMBERS 



Battle, Catherine 
Becton, Rena 
Byrd, Helen 
Cosnahan, Dorothy 
Creamer, Anne 
Farr, Jeanette 
Ford, Dorothy 
Gay, Billie 
Crammer, Mildred 



Guren, Phyllis 
Heins, Ann 
Hiller, Nell 
Holmes, Betty 
Howard, Edna Eva 
Howard, Mad'elyn 
Livingston, Gloria 
McElmurray, Mary 
Merritt, Elizabeth 



Montgomery, Dorothy 
Mulcay, Edith 
Renew, Gladys 
Roberts, Edna 
Robeitson, Ruth 
Sheftall, Cynthia 
Sheftall, Emily 
Sizemore, Dorothy 



Smith, Virginia 
Torpin, Louise 
Tucker, Jean 
Whaley, Edna 
Whe-eler, Miriam 
Wiilliams, Elizabeth 
Wortham, Edna 
Youngblood, Betty 




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FACULTY ADVISERS 

Miss Brisendine Miss Lombard 




MEMBERS 



Arrington, Louise 
Christian, Mary 
Cumming, Neville 
Daniel, Clayton 
Daniel, Harriette 
Daniel, Rosalyn 
Davidson, Joan 
Hardy, Nancy 
Howe, Dot 
Kahrs, Harriet 
Lee, Bertha 



Mobley, Carolyn 
Read, Ruth 
Rhodes, Evelyn 
Royal, Jerry 
Shields, Alice 
Skelton, Anne 
Toole, Marguerite 
Vaughn, Rozzie 
White, Ida Hall 
White, Margaret 
Wienges, Martha 





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OFFICERS 

President Rozzie Vaughn 

Vice-President — Margaret White 

Secretary Marguerite Toole 

Treasurer ., Ida Hall White 

Manager of Point System Anne Skelton 



The Athletic Association consists of six mem- 
bers from the Senior. Junior, and Sophomore 
classes, respectively, and three members from the 
Freshman class. In order to become a member, 
one must show interest in athletic activities by 
participating in them. Gk)od sportsmanship is 
required. Any girl carrying a full schedule 
and having no conditions in any subject is eligible 
for office in the Association. The object of the 
Association is to promote interest in gymnastics, 
athletics, and all-round sportsmanship. 







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OFFICERS 

President Blanche Crocker 

Vice-President Cynthia Sheftall 

Secretary Neville Cumming 

Treasurer Carolyn Moblsy 

Director Miss Halbert 




Acree, Elizabeth 
Adams, Alice 
Adams, Julia 
Bailey, Mildred 
Barrentine. Bobby 
Blackstone, Mary Alice 
Blumke, Aline 
Bond, Sarah 
Carswell, Emily 
Carswell, Hilda 
Chaney, Viola 
Christian, Mac 
Christian, Mary 
Crocker, Blanche 




MEMBERS 

Cumming-, Neville 
Dixon, Virginia 
Uorn, Marcia 
Elliott, Pat 
Ellison, Dorothy 
Farlow, Dorothy 
Ferguson, Doris 
Fortson, Catherine 
Gary, Maude 
Gatlin, Sara 
Glasser, Leah Rose 
Goodwin, Ruth 
Grammer, Margaret 
Green, Elease 
Guillebeau, Sarah 
Hamilton, Mary Margaret 
Harling, Katherine 
Harwell, Charlotte 
Hatcher, Mary Burke 
Ivey, Margaret 
Jackson, Betty 
Jackson, Clara Belle 
Kirkland, Frankie 



Klion, Shirley 
McElmurray, Mary 
Mobley, Carolyn 
Morgan, Carolyne 
Moye, Elizabeth 
Murray, Ruby 
Norman, Dorothy 
Plane, Sarah 
Popkin, Hilda 
Pound, Jane 
Ray, Martha 
Rhodes, Jean 
Rhodes, Nelda 
Sheftall, Cynthia 
Sheftell, Emily 
Skelton, Anne 
Stephens, Lina 
Sweat, Marian 
Terry, Dorothy 
van Deusen, Martha 
Vaughn, Rozzie 
Westbrook, Iris 
White, Margaret 




PRESIDENT 
Lucy von Sprecken 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

Mae Peterson 

Beulah Barber 

Sara Gatlin 

SECRETARY 
Emmie Gibson 

TREASURER 
Frances Capers 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Miss Miller 




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MEMBERS 

Adams, Dorothy 
AUgoocJ, Betty 
Anderson, Doris 
Barber, Beulah 
Cannon, Erin 
Capers, Frances 
Gatlin, Sara 
Gibson, Emmie 
Hig'gins, Clare 
Howard, Elizabeth 
McElmurray, Mary 
Prescott, Ina 
Peterson, Mae 
Rhodes, Evelyn 
Rosamond, Ruth 
Seag'o, Flora 
Skinner, Catherine 
Steinek, Alma 
von Sprecken, Lucy 










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Praeses Dolores Shmerling 

Praeses-Vice Blanche Crocker 

Scriba Betty Fleming 

Praeceptrix Miss Dora Hains 




Crocker, Blanche 
Cumniing, Neville 
Fleming. Betty 
Holmes. Betty 
Jenny, Edith 
Mathews, Sara 
Shmerling-. Dolores 
Stanford, Guila 
Van Deusen, Martha 
Vaughn, Rozzie 
Wheeler, Betty 
White, Ida Hall 




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OFFICERS 

President Bobby BaiTentine 

Vice-President Beulah Barber 

Secretary Neville Gumming 

Director Miss Elna Lombard 



MEMBERS 



Bai-ber, Beulah 
Barrentine Bobby 
Christian, Mac 
Chiistian, Mary 
Gumming, Neville 
Hardy, Mary Nancy 
Heins, Ann 
Knapp, Louise 
Martin, Sally 



Middleton, Patience 
Mobley, Garolyn 
Peterson, Mae 
Prescott, Ina 
Rhodes, Evelyn 
Rhodes, Jean 
Silver, Jane 
Toole, Marguerite 
White, Margaret 




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OFFICERS 

President Neville Cumming 

Vice-President Betty Fleming 

Secretary-Treasurer Carolyn Michel 

Director Miss Ann Braddy 

Manager Miss Ruth McAuliffe 

MEMBERS 

Adams, Julia Farlow, Dorothy McCathern, Marcia Slusky, Leona Jane 

Adams, Lou Fleming, Betty Mills, Mildred Sanders, Sydney 

Barrentine, Bobby Gatlin, Sara Michel, Carolyn Skelton, Anne 

Beneteau Mar\ Glasser. Leah Rose Xorvell, Katherine Smalley, Elizabeth 

Blitchington, Betty Sue Grammer, Margaret Parr, Dorothy Smith, Denese 

Buck, Barbara Grigg, Hamilton Plane, Sara Stanford, Guila 

Claussen, Ann Hamilton, Mary Margaret Phillips, Catherine Toole, Grace 

Cleckley, Mary Hardy. Mary ^s'ancy Popkin, Hilda Toole, Marguerite 

Cloud, Marjorie Hazard, Harriet Pugh, Martha Xell van Deusen, Martha 

Collier, Barbara Henderson, Leila Pearl Rose, Elizabeth Wienges, Martha 

Cranston, Olive Hurst, Elizabeth Royal, Jerry White, Ida Hall 

Cumming, Neville Ivey. Margaret Rush. Joelle White, Margaret 

Duncan, Wilda Lansdell, Bobbie Sheftall, Cynthia Wooddall, Frances 

Edelblut, Katherine Ann Martin, Sally Shmerling, Dolores Wright, Gloria 





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OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasurer 
Vacuity Adviser 



Phyllis Burt 

Frances Capers 
.... Edith Jenny 
Miss Byrd 



Barber, Beulah 
Burt, Phyllis 
Capers, Frances 
Crocker, Blanche 
Cumniing, Neville 
Edelblut, Kathefine 
Fiske, Margaret 



Fleming, Ann 
Fleming, Betty 
Gary, Maude 
Gatlin, Sara 
Hurst, Elizabeth 
Jameson, Virginia 
Jenny, Edith 



MEMBERS 

Knapp, Louise 
Martin, Sally 
McCathern, Marcia 
Meese, Nell 
Michel, Carolyn 
Morris, Susan 
Peterson, Mae 



Ray, Martha 
Royal, Jerry 
Sheftall, Cynthia 
Shmerling, Doloies 
Smith, Betty 
Stanford. Guila 
Stulb. Cecile 



Tankersley, Jackie 
Van Deusen, Martha 
Vaughn, Rozzie 
Wheeler, Betty 
White, Ida Hall 
Whittle, Lillian 
Wooddall, Frances 




TlUmAN TI/VIES 
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STAFF 

_ ,^ , , . f Miss Mabel Bvrd 

Faculty Advisers < 

I Miss Mildred von Kamp 

Editor-in-Chief Betty Wheeler 

Literary Editor Betty Fleming 

Business Manager Phyllis Burt 






Assistant Business Manager Betty Smith 

Circulating Editor Betty Holmes 

Assistant Circulating Editor Allene Sumner 

Treasurer Betty Tinimerman 

Proof Readers .Elizabeth Young 

Julia Adams 
Reporters: Ann Creamer 

REPORTERS 

Ann Creamer Dot Howe Marguerite Toole 

Joan Davidson Louise Knapp Louise Torpin 

Bobby Hamilton Emily Sheftall Ida Hall White 
Alice Shields 




Reserves 




Director I\Irs. Gregg Parker 

WE GIRL RESERVES 

Each year after school opens, we, the Girl Reserves, junior members 
of the YWCA, entertain with a tea, at which future Girl Reserves may 
register. This is the beginning of a series of lively meetings, animated 
discussions, fascinating interest-groups, and enjoyable sociables. Tine 
meetings are presided over by our president. After business has been dis- 
posed of, our leader brings up a thought-provoking topic for discussion ; and 
the girls launch forth into an earnest, impromptu debate. Afterwards, if 
the point is not too hotly contested, we disperse and enthusiastically go to 
our several interest-groups. First-aid, Nature-study, Handicraft, Dra- 
matics, Photography, and Etiquette are typical of the courses offered. 
At intervals, we organize dances, hikes, banquets, and swimming parties, 
which are greatly enjoyed by everyone. Toward the end of the year, two 
outstanding girls are selected to go to a conference, which is attended by 
Girl Reserves from all over the country. They come back brimful of new 
plans and ideas. 

Every spring we spend a carefree week-end at Camp Kiwanis. Several 
teachers go along. During the day we may enjoy swimming, canoeing, 
archery, picnicking, volley ball, soft-ball, and ring tennis. At night we 
gather around the camp-fire and tell stories or sing. 

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Views 




Wind in the 
''Southern Pines" 

Softly blows the wind through yonder trees, 

Wind in the Southern Pines ; 

Sings and whistles so merrily free, 

Wind in the Southern Pines ; 

Though I go away and ne'er return 

For many and many a year, 

My heart will always continue to yearn 

For the sound I love to hear. 

The Wind in the Southern Pines. 

Can one who has heard it ever forget 
The Wind in the Southern Pines. 
Or can he help feeling he owes a debt 
To the Wind in the Southern Pines? 
For this song so free 
Says to you and me, 

"Come back, come back, and listen to me, 
I'he Wind in the Southern Pines. 
I moan and cry when you are glad, 
I whistle or chatter, suit every mood, 
I'm the friendliest tree in any wood ; 
Come back, come back, and listen to me 
The Wind in the Southern pines." 

Marcia McCathern. 



High Tide 



The sea is rough with mighty waves 
Flowing and crashing as they form and break 
Pounding the sea wall's boulders and staves 
Dashing the sands till the earth seems to shake. 

Sometimes, in envy, one resents 

That this force, to man's aid, can't be applied 

But I think perhaps the Elements 

Glory in their greatness of high tide. 

Leah Ro.se Glasser. 



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Freshman, 

Frightened, bewildered ! 

We entered these hails with hearts full of fear 

For we didn't know what was coming this year. 

We didn't fit in ; our schedules were wrong, 

But by the end of the term we were going strong. 



Sophomores, 

Sophisticated, confident! 

We were certain that we knew it all 

From modern times back to Caesar's fall. 

Our pathway before us lay bright 

And stretched away before our sight. 



Juniors, 

Jolly, Carefree! 

Our troubles now trailed behind 

And the future we put from our mind. 

We were smart and lazy, so to speak, 

For on some things we were quite weak. 










Seniors, 
Silly, sensitive! 

We studied ; we worked ; we played 
For passing marks must still be made. 
So graduation we can gain. 
Nevertheless, we wish we were freshman again. 

Sara Gatlin. 



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Dreaming 

Amid the flowers and the birds, 
Mingled with sweet summer's breeze, 
I like to sit and dream away 
'Neath the old pine trees. 



As I sit alone and dream. 
One single thought comes to me. 
It is that I could sail along 
On a never-ending sea. 

I think of the things I might do, 
The lands that I might see; 
I even imagine a majestic ship 
Whose captain I would be. 

But even as my thoughts sail on. 
Roaming the churning blue sea, 
I hear a voice — a call — 
And I'm brought back — to reality! 

Betty Smith. 



Dreaming 



(As a Tubman girl would write it) 
Among my books and classmates 
Seated at my desk in the room, 
I like to sit by the window 
And watch the flowers in bloom. 



As I gaze upon the gateposts. 
One thought comes to my mind ; 
It is that I could live in a world 
Where no schools could I find. 

I think of all the things I might do 
And places that I might go — 
Everywhere, from the tropics. 
To Alaska and the snow! 



But just as I "dreamed" the class through. 
In a world that is never to be, 
The bell rings ! It is Friday ! 
This is reality ! 

Betty Smith. 









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FOR PRINTING OF THE BETTER KIND 
DIAL 2-5410 

McGowen Printing Co. 

PRINTING — PUBLISHING — ENGRAVING 

726 Ellis St. — Augusta, Ga. 

CHAS. W. RHOADES — R. G. McGOWEN CHAS. J. GOODWIN 



Mercury was the god of the weather because he is found in thermo- 
meters. 

The laws of the United States do not allow a man but one wife. This 
is called monotony. 



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OF 

GARDELLE'S 

702 Broad 

KINGS WAY PHARMACY 

2113 Kings Way 

COLLEGE PHARMACY 

1801 Walton Way 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MILLEH 

IMPERIAL, MODJESKA 

RIALTO and DREAMLAND 

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Teacher:: "Martha, give the principal parts of the vei'b, "swim". 
Martha: "Swim, swam, swum." 

Teacher: "Good. Now give the principal parts of the verb, 'Dim' ". 
Martha: "Teacher, I'd rather not." 



STRUCTURAL TILE 

41 YEARS COURTESY, CAPACITY AND SERVICE 
415-419 Masonic Bldg. Augusta, Ga. 



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■'sins of omission" and he responded without any pause or hesitation: 
"The sins we have forgotten to commit." 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

FROM 
Augusta's Favorite Store 

OoxonGulum 



COMPLLMENTS OF THE OFFICIALS OF 
RICHMOND COUNTY 

Judge A. L. Franklin Sheriff Gary M. Whittle 

Judgre of Superior Court Sheriff of Richmond County 

Judg3 Gordon W. Chambers Mr. W. Inman Curry 

Judge of City Court Solicitor of City Court 

Judge Joseph E. Bryson Mr. George Rains 

Judge of Municipal Court Solicitor of Superior Court 

Mr. Daniel J. O'Connor 

Clerk of Court 



A teacher called for brief essays on "The funniest thing I ever saw." 
One girl got through several minutes before the others, and the teacher ask- 
ed to see her effort. On her paper was written, "The funniest thing I ever 
saw was too funny for words." 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING 
AUGUSTA ATTORNEYS 

John L. Chambers 

Henry T. Chance, Jr. 

Schuyler ^^■. Clark 

G. R. Coffin 

Sam F. Garlington 

Hammond, Kennedy & Yow 

Hull. Barrett, Willingham & Towill 

Albert G. Ingram 

Lee, Congdon & Fulcher 

N. M. Reynolds 



This Page Made Possible Through 
the Courtesy of . 



DR. R. E. ANDERSON 

DR. W. R. BEDINGFIELD 
DR. R. I. BRYSON 

DR. EDWARD CLARK 
DR. W. .1. CRANSTON 
DR. A. A. DAVIDSON 
DR. SAM W. FENNELL 
DR. H. W. HANKINSON 
DR. S. J. LEWIS 

DR. JOHN E. MARRIOTT 
DR. R. C. McGAHEE 
DR. JOHN S. PLAXCO 
DR. R. L. RHODES 

DRS. F. L. LEE & R. B. WEEKS 
DR. D. M. SILVER 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

The Augusta 
Clearing House Association 

Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Company 

Citizens & So'ithern National Bank 

National Exchange Bank 

Uptown Branch Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust 
Company 

Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Cop: "Who was driving- when you hit that car?" 

Stupid (triumphantly): "None of us; we were all in the back seat." 

Teacher (rapping on desk): "Order". 
Entire Class: "Coke". 



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I Sears, Roebuck & Company 

i "Augusta's Fastest Growing 

j Department Store" 

! Corner Broad and Albion Ave. on Herald Square 

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BROAD AT nth STREET 

"Where Smart People Meet 
Smart Fashions" 

EVENING GOWNS 

For Proms. Dancing or 

Parties 

STREET CLOTHES 
For All Occasions 

COTTON FROCKS AND 
BEACH WEAR 

For Play or Traveling 



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ROADS AND REVENUE 

Richmond County, Ga. 

Rudolph P. Mayo, Chairman 
Edwin C. Mertins 
Frank R. Miles 
Frank H. Hooper 
J. Bland Goodwin 

William H. Sherman, Clerk 



In French Class 
The imperfect tense in French is used to express a future action in past 
time which does not take place at all. 

The moon is moie important than the sun because it shines at nig-ht 
when it is needed. 



TUBMAN HIGH 

SENIOR RINGS 

For any graduation year can 
be supplied by — 

Herff Jones Co. 

We also have — 

"COLLEGIATE" 

Caps & Gowns 

CLINT W. LEE CO. 
Diplomas 

H. S. Canfield, Representative 
1560 Decatur Rd. Atlanta, Ga 



Lincoln Lincoln Zephyr 

Mercury 



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Proved in the Past 
Improved in the Future 

WALKER-DURANT 
MOTOR CO. 

Phone 2-5371 - Broad at 14th St. 
Augusta. Ga. 



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For refreshment 
at home 



BUY THE SIX- 
BOTTLE CARTON 

Plus deposit 



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Miss Lang-ford (finishing: long alg'ebra problem): "And we find X 
equals zero". 

Sophomore: "All that work for nothing". 



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Georgia-Carolina Dairies 

927 Walker Street 
Augusta, Ga. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Saiiclieii's 

ICE CREAM and MILK 



Visitors are Coi-dially Invited to 

Visit at any time Our Certified 

Dairy, Old Savannah Road. 



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AUGUSTA LUMBER CO. 



LANSING B. LEE, 
President 



J. L. BARTLEY, 
Vice-President & Treasurer 



Georgia-Carolina Warehouse & Compress Co. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
STORAGE CAPACITY 100,000 BALES 



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Mary: "Now, Mother, get this straight: If Harry comes, telephone 
Jack that I can't meet him because I've got an appointment with George." 

Husband: "My wife has a queer way of getting even with the teleplione 
company. She uses my car to knock down their poles." 



COME IN, GIRLS! 

J. B. WHITE'S 

JUNIOR SHOP 

IS HEADQUARTERS FOR 
THE YOUNGER CROWD! 

The kind of things you'll adore 

wearing, in your size — 

11, 13, 15 and 16 



ALLBURN COAL - AIC COKE 

Patronize 

Augusta Ice 6k Coal 
Company 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

HOME INDUSTRY 

Cold Alone Is Not Enough 



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Feedright Milling Company 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
'Your Friends Forever" 



Central Garden Florist 

Augusta's Flowers Since 1869 

Cordially invites you to visit 
our new shop 

MR. AND MRS. N. C. ANDERSON 
MRS. JAMES GARDINER -:- MISS ANNE ANDERSON 






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Professor: "Didn't you have a brother in the class last year?" 
Student: No sir. It was I. I'm taking it over." 
Professor: "Extraordinary resemblance". 



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HOUSTON 
ICE & COAL CO. 

PHONE 2-7337 
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"We Design for Living" 

Announcing the opening 
of 

Dorothi] J. Manice, Inc. 

INTERIOR DECORATOR 

Prices to suit eve-ry budget 

Telephone 2-4313 

Jones and McCartan Sts. 

Augusta, Georgia 



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1010 BROAD STREET - AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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[ The Planters Cotton Oil Co., Inc. 

! Augusta, Georgia 

j QUALITY COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 

I A. J. MAGUIRE. Manager 

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Student: "What would you advise me to read after graduation?" 
English Teacher: "The 'Help Wanted' column." 

"How many students are there at your school?" 
"Oh, about one in ten". 



Johnson, Lane, Space & Co., Inc. 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
Telephone 2-7741 

ATLANTA AUGUSTA SAVANNAH 



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I COMPLIMENTS OF 

I Woodward Lumber Company 

1 COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS 

j MILL WORK AND BUILDERS HARDWARE 

1 1010 Roberts St. Phone 2-4611 



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MAXWELL BROTHERS 

FURNITURE 

RADIOS, FRIGIDAIRES, 
DRAPERIES 

Phone 2-5526 

933 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



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The ancient and honorable three R's, it appears, has been changed 
from readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic to radio, rides and rhythm. 

He — Do you save up money for a rainy day, dear? 
She — Oh, no, I never shop when it rains. 






COMPLIMENTS OF 

General Tire and 
Supplq Compani] 

■'Augusta's Master Service 
Station" 

Broad at 12th Street 

Hill Branch: Walton Way at 
Baker Avenue 



Best wishes of the 

Jernjgan Hardware Company 

Wholesale and Retail 

Hardware - Stoves - Paints 

1033-1039 Broad Phone 2-6818 

Aug-usta, Ga. 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

Heatirg and Air Conditioning Div. 

Air Conditioning. Heating. 

Oil Burners. Stoker.s, Oil Burning 

Circulating Heaters and Water 

Heaters 

700 Twiggs St. - Phone 3-3361 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



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Compliments of 

Tlie Augusta Hardwood Co. 



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Optical Departments in All Stores 
Phone 2-fi861 

FRIEDMANS JEWELERS 

823 Bi-ocd St. - Aug-asta, Ga. 

South's Oldest Credit Jewelers 

Diamonds. Watches, Silverware 
Radios 



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Hurst Business College 

S. F C. Bldg. 
Complete Office Training 



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F. E. Ferris & Co. 

Clothes of the Better Kind 

- for - 
Men and Young Men 



"What time is it by your watch ? 

"Quarter to." 

Quarter to what?" 

"I don't know. Times eo so bad I 



had to lav off one of my hands." 



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CENTRAL CLEANING & 
PRESSING CO. 

Established 1920 

"Where Good Cleaning is Not 

Expensive" 

Plant Branch 

fi08 BROAD ST 209 10th ST. 

Dial 2-8926 Dial 2-2066 

AUGUSTA. GA. 



Standard Finanvc ami 
Luaii Cnmpaii}/ 

of Augu.sta 

Ground Floor Southern Finance 

Building 

Augusta. Georgia 
H. H. MOSS, Secretary-Treasurer 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Belk- White Co. 

845 Broad St. 



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! "Where the Whole Family Saves ! 



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S. R. Kelly & Son 



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Marble and Granite I 

Memorials 

Phone 2-4.522 Ninth & p'enwick Sts. 



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PHOTOGRAPHER 



737 Broad Street 



Phone 2-8833 



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Colonial 




Byrd Tire 
and Battery Co. 

1290 Broad Street 



Phone 2-7053 



Augusta, Ga. 



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"I went to hear a memory expert last night." 

"Was he bood?" 

"Naw, he forgot to show up." 



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THE iniLiim ar.muR 
i)F zir i\EAnmi 

510 Greene Street 
AUGUSTA - GEORGIA 



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BEST WISHES FROM 

Clark 
Milling Company 



AUGUSTA 



Georgia 



Mataatet 

SPECIALTY SHOP 
827 Greene Street - Augusta, Ga. 



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League, Duvall & Powell 

REALTORS - INSURANCE 
Herald Bldg. Augusta, Ga. 



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Compliments of 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Co. 






Compliments of 



Hotel Richmond 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Local Finance Co. 

H. O. TABB, Manager 

Lobby of Masonic Building 






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"Now," said' the teachei-, "you have named all the domestic animal 
one. Who can tell me what that one is?" 

Silence reigned. 

"What," he cried, "Does no one know ? Now think hard. It has bristly 
hair, is fond of dirt, and' likes to get in the mud." 

A timid little boy at the rear of the class raised his hand. 

"Please sir," he admitted bashfully. It's me." 



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Compliments of 

Augusta Roofing and 
Metal Works 

623 Reynolds Street 
PHONE 2-2318 



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LOCKHART, McAULIFFE & CO. 

(Incorporated) 
ESTAHLISHEI) 1902 

REAL ESTATE 
FIRE INSURANCE 

807 Bn.ad St. Augusta, Ga j 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 

J. C. Penney Co. 

(Incorporated) 
840-44 Broad Street 

"It Pays to Shop at Penney's" 



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THE GEORGIA-CAROLINA 
BRICK & TILE CO. 

Manufacturers 

HIGH GRADE CLAY PRODUCTS 

Hollow Building Tile, Common 

Building, Augusta Smooth Face, 

Augusta Rough Face Brick 

Offices: 748 Reynolds St. 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



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SHOP AT 

RUBEN'S 

BETTER MERCHANDISE 

For 
LESS MONEY 

RUBEN'S 

Phone 2-6671 916 Broad St. 



^atblni r Lot lit 

'Flowers For All Occasions" 

Walton Way at Metcalf 
PHONES 3-4406; 3-4407 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Hugh Barton 



AND HIS ORCHESTRA 



"What are the best ten years of a woman's life?" 
"From 28 to30." 

"Who's there?" 

"It is I", was the answer. 

"Go away. We don't want any more Schoolteachers.'' 



SPORTING GOODS 

BASKETBALL TENNIS 

BADMINTON 

Bowpii iJro.s. Hardwci/'f Co. 

PHONE 2-8855 
905 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



DORR 

GOOD TASTE APPAREL 

724 Broad Street 
Au.Qfusta, Georgia 



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\{i%\\^\s^ Sporfinjn Gnorfs (,'n. 

"EQUIPMENT FOR 

EVERY SPORT" 

210-212 Eighth Street 

Phone 2-6007 



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EASY TER.MS 



BENTLEY & THOMPSON 
Furniture 

901 BROAD STREET 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



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TEXACO GAS 

Boardman Oil Co. 



Southeastern 
Fur Co. 

STORAGE 
SALES AND REPAIRS 



1046 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



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J. S. Fox Candy 
Company 

SWEETEST AND BEST 
('hone 2-8101 Augusta, Ga. 



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COLUMBIA-SEMINOLE 

and 

n ER JOHNSON BICYCLES 

it. i. HimtMU & auis 

1248 Broad Street 



Miss White: "Lucy, define the word, "puncture". 

Lucy: "A puncture i? a little hole in a tire usually found at a jjreat 
distance from a garage." 

Age conies before beauty — at least with some women. 



Merchants Baking 
Company 

AUNT BETTYS ROLLS, 
BREAD AND CAKES 



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[j;MSTREEt 



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Compliments 


of 


HARRY C. VA DEN and CO. 


Real Estate — Insurance 


S. F. C. Bldg. 



H. S/)/?ier/i/i« 

JEWELER 

910 Broad St. - Augusta. Ga. 

Diamond.s. Watches and Jewelry 

Silverware, Cut Glass 

and Novelties 



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..FAVORED 

'Most a hundred years! 

IT'S POLICED FOR FRESHNESS 

Claii5sei]:s 

BREAD AND CAKE 

FOR NEARLY A CENTURY . . . THE SOUTH'S FINEST 



Literal Translation 

A student was called upon to give a written translation of the verse 

below : 

"labille, Here's ago. 
Fortibus es in aro. 
Noces, Marl Thebi trus. 
Vatis in em pax a dux." 

After a long effort, the student came forth with the following. It is 
not surprising that the instructor read it to the class: 

"I say, Billiu here's a go. 
Foi-ty buses in a raw." 

"No," says Mary "they be trucks'. 
"Wat is in em?" "Packs o' ducks.." 



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Compliment.s of 

S. Donald Fortson 
Company 

Mill Supplies 

Phone 2-5536 
1553 Broad St. 



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JEWELERS 

846 Broad Street 



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Si/ners 5 & lik 




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The Best in Eats and Sodas will 
Always Be Found At 

Hill's Cafe-Soda 

628-636 BROAD ST. 
"Augusta's Only Curb Service" 

Parking: Lot For Your Convenience 



1 Engraving. Books, 
I Fine Stationery, Kodaks 

1 Photographic Supplies 

1 Office Equipment 



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Murphy Stationery Co. 

720 Broad St. Augusta. Ga 

Phone 2-2122 



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Voice on the phone: "Albert Bell is sick today and cannot come to 
classes. He requested me to notify you." 

Teacher: "All right. Who is this speaking?" 
Voice: "This is mv bi'other." 



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MULHERIN LUMBER 
COMPANY 

LUMBER - MILL WORK 

CABINET WORK 

Phone 2-4996 

625 13th St. Augusta, Ga. 



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Starr Smith Motor Co. 

PLYMOUTH - DODGE 
SALES AND SERVICE 

521 Broad St. — Phone 2-7761 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Frank T. Renick 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

S. H. KRESS 
& CO. 

834 Broad St. 
5c-10c and 25c Store 



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Compliments of 

H. E. PEEL 

General Contractor 



FRUITLAND NURSERIES 
"The South's Oldest Nursery" 

Phone 3-7927 



W. R. DAWSON & CO. 
Insurance 

118 Eighth St. - Augusta, Ga 



FIRST'S 

Bake Shop — Delicatessen 
For All Good Things to Eat 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HOME FOLKS 

754 Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
HOLLYWOOD DRESS SHOP 



■HoLumcLn- MdUt (^o. 



Leman-Znuut Llompanu 
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND 
EQUIPMENT 

103 Eig-hth St. Phone 2-8119 

Augu-sta, Ga. 



Exquisite Handkerchiefs. 

Schenille Spreads. Draperies 

and Curtains Made t(i Order 

MARKS LINEN SHOP 

943 Ellis Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
"DOMINO SUGARS' 

Sam L. McCreary 
Merchandise Broker 



PERKINS LUMBER CO 

Yellow Pine - Hardwoods 

Mill Work. Cabinet Work 
619 13th St. - TeL 2-2429 



RICHMOND PRINTING CO. 

304 Sixth Street Telephone 2-8262 

Augusta - Georgia 



SPIRES 
SHOE REPAIR 



232 Ninth St. 



Phone 2-9306 



MARILYN 
SLIPPER SHOP 



Smart Footwear! 



Sheer Hosierv! 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
BELL BONNET SHOP 

827 Greene Street 



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Health and Fun for The Whole Family 

REX RECREATION CENTER 

BOWLING - SKATING 
Phone 2-9380 

C. C. Reynolds 650 Broad St. 

Owner Augusta, Ga. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Carolina Sand & Gravel Co. 

Our g-ravel has been used for all con- 
crete work in the new Augnsta schools 
built during past three years. 



BECKUM & JONES 

JEWELERS 

222 Ninth Street 

Walk A Few Steps and Save 

Phone 2-6707 For Correct Time 



STARK - EMPIRE 

Laundry - Cleaning - Dyeing 

Plant— Druid Park Ave. 
PHONE 3-3611 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Reliable Transfer Company 

Since 1912 



Culpepper- Walker-Grear 
Furniture Company 

— Complete Home Furnishings — 
1204-6 Broad St. - I'hone 2-4142 



SOUTHERN WELDING CO 

ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDINC; 
Auto Axles and Wheels Alifrned Accurately 

623 Ellis St. — Augusta. Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

1201-03 Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

HARKINS FURNITURE CO. 

503 9th Street 
Augusta. Ga. 



Compliments of the 

GEO. WALTON DINING ROOM 

"Good Home Cooking" 



Compliments of the 

Sweet Shoppe 



WE' RE ALWAYS BUSY 

Dan's Shu Fix 

BECAUSE 

We Use The Best Leather 

— Perfect Workmanship — 

909 Broad— TRY US— Dial 2-754.i 

P O N D E R • S 
DE LUXE PAINT SHOP 

.\uto Painting 
Wrecked Car Repairing 

836 Reynolds St. - Augusta, Ga. 
PHONE 2-67.">7 



THOMAS H. BRITTINGHAM 

Plumbing and Heating Contractor 

919 12th Street 

Phone 2-781.5 Augusta, Ga. 

L. W. COOPER F. B. TYLER 

COOPER & TYLER 

Attorneys at Law 



; 106-408 Herald Building 

NEW AND USED FURNITURE j ,.h,„„ ..723H Augusta, (;a. 



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